BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Shoppers who test a new Internet home shopping and delivery service offered by Tops Markets here this spring will be able to conduct searches and price comparisons of virtually 40,000 items. The chain is now providing information on all products available in its Ithaca, N.Y., store to a third-party firm developing the program. The information will be stored in a data base that registered computer shoppers can access to view item descriptions, weights, weekly prices and ...
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